The Queen has moved to Scotland, where she spends her annual summer vacation. She will probably stay at his Balmoral estate for several weeks.
Queen Elizabeth II (96) has visited her Scottish residence, Balmoral. This is reported by “Daily Mail”, The emperor traditionally spends his summer vacation at the property. There she may even recover from the heat wave of temperatures exceeding 40 degrees, which has caused problems for people in England recently. It is very cold in Aberdeenshire, including Balmoral.
Balmoral is said to have had several conversion measures in recent years. Among other things, a wheelchair-accessible lift was reportedly installed at Craigowan Lodge, a related country house. The Queen has been battling mobility issues for several months. Close to Balmoral Castle, Craigovan Lodge is a rustic stone house that may host the Queen at the start of her summer vacation as parts of the residence remain open to visitors until August 2.
Meeting with Lance Corporal Cruchan IV
When the Queen comes to Balmoral for her summer vacation, there is usually a small reception. Last year, the Queen inspected an honor guard and met with Shetland pony Lance Corporal Cruchan IV, the Royal Regiment of Scotland’s mascot.
The emperor retreated at the end of May this year to rest for a few days at Balmoral and prepare for his Platinum Jubilee celebrations in June. The Scottish Estate has served the British royal family as a private retreat for over 150 years. Over the next few weeks, the Queen is expected to visit her royal relatives. Prince Charles (73), Duchess Camilla (75) and Prince William (40), Duchess Kate (40) and their three children Prince George (9), Princess Charlotte (7) and Prince Louis (4) may spend some free time . The head of the family spends.
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